Insider claims Liverpool FC expect Alisson Becker to move to Real Madrid


If Chelsea want to be on top, we need to show it.

Alisson Becker of Roma during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final match between Roma and Liverpool at Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy on 2 May 2018.

Liverpool FC have been regularly linked with a move to sign Alisson over the past few months after his impressive performances in Serie A.

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The idea of having a new goalkeeper has been around Real Madrid for quite a while and even though Keylor Navas has been serviceable, the idea of adding a world-class presence between the posts certainly feels like something they would like to do.

Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport indicate a move to the Bernabeu is not cut and dry though, despite Alisson agreeing terms with Real.

"They were interested", O'Connor told the Transfer Talk podcast.

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It remains to be seen whether Madrid will return to meet Roma's asking price but until an agreement is found Liverpool still have a chance to sign Alisson and he'd obviously be a superb addition to Klopp's squad if they could lure him to Anfield.

"I have read with much amusement the quotes attributed to me about the transfer market", he said in a statement on the club's official Twitter account. As far as I understand, Liverpool have made a bid.

Speaking on ESPN, Nicol was asked whether or not he felt Liverpool should spend the bulk of their transfer budget on a goalkeeper and whether or not it would pay dividends.

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